Dr Kay Guccione

  • Head of Research Culture & Researcher Development (Research Services)

Biography

In July 2022 I took up the post of Head of Research Culture & Researcher Development, and in 2024 became Co-Director of the Lab for Academic Culture, at the University of Glasgow.

Since finishing my postdoc (Molecular Biology) and starting my career as a Researcher Development Professional in 2010, I have developed specialisms and research interests in mentoring, research supervisor development and research community building – anything that revolves around a good quality conversation, and the making of a positive research culture.

In 2018 I was awarded a National Teaching Fellowship in recognition of my impact in this area, and this is where my work at UoG focuses. I am a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a Masters qualified Leadership Coach. I am a trustee on the UK Council for Graduate Education Executive Board and have recently worked with them to develop a Recognised Associate Supervisor Award.

Contact me to:

  • Find out more about the work of the Research Culture & Researcher Development Teams, how we work, or our areas of expertise, and how we link to other key portfolios and teams;
  • Discuss the portfolio of development initiatives for PGRs, Research Staff, and Research Supervisors and Managers;
  • Discuss our work to build and maintain a positive research culture, and what this means at the University of Glasgow.
  • Discuss a research collaboration, or joint PGR Supervision.

Research interests

Read it today:

Papers in preparation (contact me for further information)

  • Finding the Boundaries of Practice in Postgraduate Peer-Mentoring.
  • The unique contribution of Research Staff to PhD Supervision: a model for Supervisory development.
  • Enacting Ethical Practice as a New Postgraduate Researcher
  • Using a 'Feasible Utopias' Approach to Imagine Cultures of Creativity and Experimentation in Doctoral Education

Publications

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Jump to: 2023 | 2022 | 2021 | 2020 | 2019 | 2018 | 2017 | 2016
Number of items: 43.

2023

Elliot, D. L. , Bengtsen, S. S. E. and Guccione, K. (Eds.) (2023) Developing Researcher Independence Through the Hidden Curriculum. Palgrave Macmillan: London. ISBN 9783031428746

Elliot, D. L. , Bengtsen, S. S. E. and Guccione, K. (2023) Introduction. In: Elliot, D. L., Bengtsen, S. S.E. and Guccione, K. (eds.) Developing Researcher Independence Through the Hidden Curriculum. Palgrave Macmillan: London. ISBN 9783031428746 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-031-42875-3_1)

Elliot, D. L. , Guccione, K. and Bengtsen, S. S.E. (2023) Concluding thoughts. In: Elliot, D. L., Bengtsen, S. S. E. and Guccione, K. (eds.) Developing Researcher Independence Through the Hidden Curriculum. Palgrave Macmillan: London. ISBN 9783031428746 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-031-42875-3_24)

Guccione, K. , Gourlay, E. and Bonner-Evans, C. (2023) Mentoring as a Mechanism for Leading Culture Change. Researcher Education and Development Scholarship International Conference 2023, Online, 11 October 2023.

Guccione, K. and Stefanatos, R. (2023) A beginner’s guide to supervising a PhD researcher. Biochemist, 45(5), pp. 11-15. (doi: 10.1042/bio_2023_140)

Guccione, K. and Rainford, J. (2023) Navigating Your Part Time Doctorate. SRHE Postgraduate Issues Network Meeting, London, UK, 9 September 2023.

Guccione, K. (2023) Keynote Presentation: The UKCGE Associate Research Supervisor Recognition Programme. UKCGE International Conference 2023, Edinburgh, UK, 3-4 July 2023.

Rainford, J. and Guccione, K. (2023) Thriving in Part-Time Doctoral Study: Integrating Work, Life and Research. Series: Insider guides to success in academia. Routledge: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY. ISBN 9781032109657 (doi: 10.4324/9781003223931)

Guccione, K. (2023) Drawing Your Own Route Map: Adding Value to the PhD. DigiTaL Doctoral Summer School 2023, Lüneburg, Germany, 12-14 June 2023.

Guccione, K. and Rainford, J. (2023) Navigating the Part Time Doctorate. UKCGE Mental Health and Wellbeing of Part Time and Distance Learning Postgraduate Researchers, London, UK, 7 June 2023.

Guccione, K. and Bryan, B. (2023) Worth doing but not worth having? The influence of personal aspirations and career expectations on the value of a doctorate. Studies in Graduate and Postdoctoral Education, 14(1), pp. 83-98. (doi: 10.1108/SGPE-02-2022-0012)

Elliot, D.L. , Ohlsen, S., Guccione, K. , Daley, R.A. and Blackmore, C. (2023) “The PhD is a personal individual struggle … but you don’t have to struggle alone”: Supervisors’ perspectives of international scholars’ well-being. In: Edwards, M., Martin, A. and Ashkanasy, N. (eds.) Handbook of Academic Mental Health. Edward Elgar Publishing Limited. (In Press)

2022

Guccione, K. and Cunningham, C. (2022) Leading learning and teaching in a crisis. In: Nolan, S. and Hutchinson, S. (eds.) Leading Innovation and Creativity in University Teaching: Implementing Change at the Programme Level. Routledge: London. ISBN 9781032026367

Guccione, K. (2022) Foreword: when our postgraduate researchers choose to teach, we should show their value. Postgraduate Pedagogies, 2(1), pp. 3-10.

Guccione, K. (2022) Finding the Reasonable Boundaries of Peer Mentoring. Student Mental Health Research Network 2022, Online, 25 January 2022.

Guccione, K. (2022) Landscapes and narratives of PhD by publication [Preface]. In: Chong, S. W. and Johnson, N. (eds.) Landscapes and Narratives of PhD by Publication. Springer: Cham. ISBN 9783031048944 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-031-04895-1)

Guccione, K. (2022) What does a Thesis Mentor do? And how can we support them to do it well? CollectivED, 14, pp. 58-60.

2021

Guccione, K. (2021) 'I never thought of this work as supervision, but it definitely is!’ Becoming aware of supervision work as an early career researcher. Society for Research into Higher Education Annual Research Conference 2021, 6- 10 December 2021. (Unpublished)

Guccione, K. and Blackmore, C. (2021) Online communities that support postgraduate wellbeing. In: Sheldon, J. and Sheppard, V. (eds.) Online Communities for Doctoral Researchers and their Supervisors: Building Engagement with Social Media. Routledge: London. ISBN 9780367224097 (doi: 10.4324/9780429274749-5)

Guccione, K. (2021) Thesis Supervision: the educational value of postdocs in supporting research writing. UCL Institute of Education Symposium: Doctoral education and its purposes: research training for a changing world, Online, 9 June 2021. (Unpublished)

Guccione, K. and Hutchinson, S. (2021) Coaching and Mentoring for Academic Development. Series: Surviving and Thriving in Academia. Emerald Publishing Limited: Bingley, United Kingdom. ISBN 9781789739107

2020

Guccione, K. (2020) Doctoral Supervision — now you see it, now you don’t. Researcher Education and Development Scholarship conference (REDS 2020), Online, 15 October 2020. (Unpublished)

Daley, R., Guccione, K. , Elliot, D. L. , Blackmore, C. and Ohlsen, S. (2020) Developing a toolkit to support supervisors to enhance PGR wellbeing. UK Council for Graduate Education Annual Conference (UKCGE 2020), (online), 29 Jun - 3 Jul 2020. (Unpublished)

Elliot, D. L. , Bengsten, S. S.E., Guccione, K. and Kobayashi, S. (2020) The Hidden Curriculum in Doctoral Education. Palgrave Macmillan: London. ISBN 9783030414962 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-41497-9)

Bengsten, S. S.E., Elliot, D. L. , Guccione, K. and Kobayashi, S. (2020) The Hidden Curriculum in Doctoral Education. [Website]

Blackmore, C., Ohlsen, S., Guccione, K. and Elliot, D. (2020) Are you ok?’ Mental health and wellbeing of international doctoral students in the UK: an investigation of supervisors’ understanding and existing support provision. Project Report. UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA), London.

Guccione, K. (2020) The value of writing imaginatively in unsticking stuck PhD thesis-writers. Doctoral Writing Special Interest Group (SIG), Online (Unpublished)

2019

Guccione, K. (2019) Mentors matter! Building a mentoring culture throughout academic practice. Society for Research into Higher Education Annual Research Conference 2019, Newport, Wales, 11 - 13 December 2019. (Unpublished)

Guccione, K. and Elliot, D. (2019) How much do we appreciate international postgraduate researcher’s psychological wellbeing? Perspectives from their first port of call. Society for Research into Higher Education Annual Research Conference 2019, Newport, Wales, 11 - 13 December 2019. (Unpublished)

Blackmore, C., Elliot, D.L. , Ohlsen, S., Daley, R. and Guccione, K. (2019) ‘Are you OK?’ Mental Health and Wellbeing of International Doctoral Students in the UK: an Investigation of Supervisors’ Understanding and Existing Support Provision. UKCISA Annual Conference, Keele, UK, 03-05 Jul 2019. (Unpublished)

Blackmore, C., Ohlsen, S., Guccione, K. , Elliot, D.L. and Daley, R. (2019) ‘Are you OK?’ Mental Health and Wellbeing of International Doctoral Students in the UK: an Investigation of Supervisors’ Understanding and Existing Support Provision. 1st International Conference on the Mental Health & Wellbeing of Postgraduate Researchers, Brighton, UK, 16-17 May 2019. (Unpublished)

Guccione, K. (2019) Supervising PhDs Blog. [Website]

2018

Elliot, D.L. , Guccione, K. and Bengsten, S.S.E. (2018) Feasible Utopias in Doctoral Education: a Research Based Model for Expanded Doctoral Pedagogy. Society for Research into Higher Education Annual Research Conference, Newport, Wales, 05-07 Dec 2018. (Unpublished)

Elliot, D.L. and Guccione, K. (2018) Professional writing: What is the range? What are the challenges? EARLI SIG 24 Biennial Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark, 30 Sept-02 Oct 2018. (Unpublished)

Guccione, K. , Elliot, D.L. and Bengsten, S.S.E. (2018) Reimagining the Doctorate: 'Feasible Utopias’ for Expanded Doctoral Education. Society for Research into Higher Education Postgraduate Issues Network Seminar, London, UK, 29 June 2018. (Unpublished)

Guccione, K. (2018) Aren’t they all leaving anyway? What's the value of mentoring early career research staff? Project Report. Leadership Foundation for Higher Education, London.

Guccione, K. (2018) Can I speak to you in confidence? How tutoring can play a role in creating trusting research cultures. Project Report. Leadership Foundation for Higher Education, London.

Guccione, K. (2018) Trust Me! Building and breaking professional trust in doctoral student-supervisor relationships. Project Report. Leadership Foundation for Higher Education, London, United Kingdom.

Bryan, B. and Guccione, K. (2018) Was it worth it? A qualitative exploration of graduate perceptions of doctoral value. Higher Education Research and Development, 37(6), pp. 1124-1140. (doi: 10.1080/07294360.2018.1479378)

2017

Guccione, K. and Wellington, J. (2017) Taking Control of Writing Your Thesis: a Guide to Get You to the End. Bloomsbury Academic: London. ISBN 9781474282956

Daley, R., Guccione, K. and Hutchinson, S. (Eds.) (2017) 53 Ways to Enhance Researcher Development. Series: Professional and higher education. Frontinus Ltd: Newmarket. ISBN 9781907076954

Guccione, K. and Cheeseman, M. (2017) The Journal of Imaginary Research. [Website]

2016

Guccione, K. (2016) More than lucky? Exploring self-leadership in the development and articulation of research independence. Project Report. Leadership Foundation for Higher Education, London.

This list was generated on Mon Jul 15 04:49:31 2024 BST.
Number of items: 43.

Articles

Guccione, K. and Stefanatos, R. (2023) A beginner’s guide to supervising a PhD researcher. Biochemist, 45(5), pp. 11-15. (doi: 10.1042/bio_2023_140)

Guccione, K. and Bryan, B. (2023) Worth doing but not worth having? The influence of personal aspirations and career expectations on the value of a doctorate. Studies in Graduate and Postdoctoral Education, 14(1), pp. 83-98. (doi: 10.1108/SGPE-02-2022-0012)

Guccione, K. (2022) Foreword: when our postgraduate researchers choose to teach, we should show their value. Postgraduate Pedagogies, 2(1), pp. 3-10.

Guccione, K. (2022) What does a Thesis Mentor do? And how can we support them to do it well? CollectivED, 14, pp. 58-60.

Bryan, B. and Guccione, K. (2018) Was it worth it? A qualitative exploration of graduate perceptions of doctoral value. Higher Education Research and Development, 37(6), pp. 1124-1140. (doi: 10.1080/07294360.2018.1479378)

Books

Rainford, J. and Guccione, K. (2023) Thriving in Part-Time Doctoral Study: Integrating Work, Life and Research. Series: Insider guides to success in academia. Routledge: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY. ISBN 9781032109657 (doi: 10.4324/9781003223931)

Guccione, K. and Hutchinson, S. (2021) Coaching and Mentoring for Academic Development. Series: Surviving and Thriving in Academia. Emerald Publishing Limited: Bingley, United Kingdom. ISBN 9781789739107

Elliot, D. L. , Bengsten, S. S.E., Guccione, K. and Kobayashi, S. (2020) The Hidden Curriculum in Doctoral Education. Palgrave Macmillan: London. ISBN 9783030414962 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-41497-9)

Guccione, K. and Wellington, J. (2017) Taking Control of Writing Your Thesis: a Guide to Get You to the End. Bloomsbury Academic: London. ISBN 9781474282956

Book Sections

Elliot, D. L. , Bengtsen, S. S. E. and Guccione, K. (2023) Introduction. In: Elliot, D. L., Bengtsen, S. S.E. and Guccione, K. (eds.) Developing Researcher Independence Through the Hidden Curriculum. Palgrave Macmillan: London. ISBN 9783031428746 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-031-42875-3_1)

Elliot, D. L. , Guccione, K. and Bengtsen, S. S.E. (2023) Concluding thoughts. In: Elliot, D. L., Bengtsen, S. S. E. and Guccione, K. (eds.) Developing Researcher Independence Through the Hidden Curriculum. Palgrave Macmillan: London. ISBN 9783031428746 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-031-42875-3_24)

Elliot, D.L. , Ohlsen, S., Guccione, K. , Daley, R.A. and Blackmore, C. (2023) “The PhD is a personal individual struggle … but you don’t have to struggle alone”: Supervisors’ perspectives of international scholars’ well-being. In: Edwards, M., Martin, A. and Ashkanasy, N. (eds.) Handbook of Academic Mental Health. Edward Elgar Publishing Limited. (In Press)

Guccione, K. and Cunningham, C. (2022) Leading learning and teaching in a crisis. In: Nolan, S. and Hutchinson, S. (eds.) Leading Innovation and Creativity in University Teaching: Implementing Change at the Programme Level. Routledge: London. ISBN 9781032026367

Guccione, K. (2022) Landscapes and narratives of PhD by publication [Preface]. In: Chong, S. W. and Johnson, N. (eds.) Landscapes and Narratives of PhD by Publication. Springer: Cham. ISBN 9783031048944 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-031-04895-1)

Guccione, K. and Blackmore, C. (2021) Online communities that support postgraduate wellbeing. In: Sheldon, J. and Sheppard, V. (eds.) Online Communities for Doctoral Researchers and their Supervisors: Building Engagement with Social Media. Routledge: London. ISBN 9780367224097 (doi: 10.4324/9780429274749-5)

Edited Books

Elliot, D. L. , Bengtsen, S. S. E. and Guccione, K. (Eds.) (2023) Developing Researcher Independence Through the Hidden Curriculum. Palgrave Macmillan: London. ISBN 9783031428746

Daley, R., Guccione, K. and Hutchinson, S. (Eds.) (2017) 53 Ways to Enhance Researcher Development. Series: Professional and higher education. Frontinus Ltd: Newmarket. ISBN 9781907076954

Research Reports or Papers

Blackmore, C., Ohlsen, S., Guccione, K. and Elliot, D. (2020) Are you ok?’ Mental health and wellbeing of international doctoral students in the UK: an investigation of supervisors’ understanding and existing support provision. Project Report. UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA), London.

Guccione, K. (2018) Aren’t they all leaving anyway? What's the value of mentoring early career research staff? Project Report. Leadership Foundation for Higher Education, London.

Guccione, K. (2018) Can I speak to you in confidence? How tutoring can play a role in creating trusting research cultures. Project Report. Leadership Foundation for Higher Education, London.

Guccione, K. (2018) Trust Me! Building and breaking professional trust in doctoral student-supervisor relationships. Project Report. Leadership Foundation for Higher Education, London, United Kingdom.

Guccione, K. (2016) More than lucky? Exploring self-leadership in the development and articulation of research independence. Project Report. Leadership Foundation for Higher Education, London.

Conference or Workshop Item

Guccione, K. , Gourlay, E. and Bonner-Evans, C. (2023) Mentoring as a Mechanism for Leading Culture Change. Researcher Education and Development Scholarship International Conference 2023, Online, 11 October 2023.

Guccione, K. and Rainford, J. (2023) Navigating Your Part Time Doctorate. SRHE Postgraduate Issues Network Meeting, London, UK, 9 September 2023.

Guccione, K. (2023) Keynote Presentation: The UKCGE Associate Research Supervisor Recognition Programme. UKCGE International Conference 2023, Edinburgh, UK, 3-4 July 2023.

Guccione, K. (2023) Drawing Your Own Route Map: Adding Value to the PhD. DigiTaL Doctoral Summer School 2023, Lüneburg, Germany, 12-14 June 2023.

Guccione, K. and Rainford, J. (2023) Navigating the Part Time Doctorate. UKCGE Mental Health and Wellbeing of Part Time and Distance Learning Postgraduate Researchers, London, UK, 7 June 2023.

Guccione, K. (2022) Finding the Reasonable Boundaries of Peer Mentoring. Student Mental Health Research Network 2022, Online, 25 January 2022.

Guccione, K. (2021) 'I never thought of this work as supervision, but it definitely is!’ Becoming aware of supervision work as an early career researcher. Society for Research into Higher Education Annual Research Conference 2021, 6- 10 December 2021. (Unpublished)

Guccione, K. (2021) Thesis Supervision: the educational value of postdocs in supporting research writing. UCL Institute of Education Symposium: Doctoral education and its purposes: research training for a changing world, Online, 9 June 2021. (Unpublished)

Guccione, K. (2020) Doctoral Supervision — now you see it, now you don’t. Researcher Education and Development Scholarship conference (REDS 2020), Online, 15 October 2020. (Unpublished)

Daley, R., Guccione, K. , Elliot, D. L. , Blackmore, C. and Ohlsen, S. (2020) Developing a toolkit to support supervisors to enhance PGR wellbeing. UK Council for Graduate Education Annual Conference (UKCGE 2020), (online), 29 Jun - 3 Jul 2020. (Unpublished)

Guccione, K. (2020) The value of writing imaginatively in unsticking stuck PhD thesis-writers. Doctoral Writing Special Interest Group (SIG), Online (Unpublished)

Guccione, K. (2019) Mentors matter! Building a mentoring culture throughout academic practice. Society for Research into Higher Education Annual Research Conference 2019, Newport, Wales, 11 - 13 December 2019. (Unpublished)

Guccione, K. and Elliot, D. (2019) How much do we appreciate international postgraduate researcher’s psychological wellbeing? Perspectives from their first port of call. Society for Research into Higher Education Annual Research Conference 2019, Newport, Wales, 11 - 13 December 2019. (Unpublished)

Blackmore, C., Elliot, D.L. , Ohlsen, S., Daley, R. and Guccione, K. (2019) ‘Are you OK?’ Mental Health and Wellbeing of International Doctoral Students in the UK: an Investigation of Supervisors’ Understanding and Existing Support Provision. UKCISA Annual Conference, Keele, UK, 03-05 Jul 2019. (Unpublished)

Blackmore, C., Ohlsen, S., Guccione, K. , Elliot, D.L. and Daley, R. (2019) ‘Are you OK?’ Mental Health and Wellbeing of International Doctoral Students in the UK: an Investigation of Supervisors’ Understanding and Existing Support Provision. 1st International Conference on the Mental Health & Wellbeing of Postgraduate Researchers, Brighton, UK, 16-17 May 2019. (Unpublished)

Elliot, D.L. , Guccione, K. and Bengsten, S.S.E. (2018) Feasible Utopias in Doctoral Education: a Research Based Model for Expanded Doctoral Pedagogy. Society for Research into Higher Education Annual Research Conference, Newport, Wales, 05-07 Dec 2018. (Unpublished)

Elliot, D.L. and Guccione, K. (2018) Professional writing: What is the range? What are the challenges? EARLI SIG 24 Biennial Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark, 30 Sept-02 Oct 2018. (Unpublished)

Guccione, K. , Elliot, D.L. and Bengsten, S.S.E. (2018) Reimagining the Doctorate: 'Feasible Utopias’ for Expanded Doctoral Education. Society for Research into Higher Education Postgraduate Issues Network Seminar, London, UK, 29 June 2018. (Unpublished)

Website

Bengsten, S. S.E., Elliot, D. L. , Guccione, K. and Kobayashi, S. (2020) The Hidden Curriculum in Doctoral Education. [Website]

Guccione, K. (2019) Supervising PhDs Blog. [Website]

Guccione, K. and Cheeseman, M. (2017) The Journal of Imaginary Research. [Website]

This list was generated on Mon Jul 15 04:49:31 2024 BST.

Grants

  • 2023 Wellcome Institutional Funding for Research Culture (Lead) An inclusive framework for research leadership: testing a new model for creating culture change £3,025,942. 
  • 2020 AdvanceHE Small Development Project (Co-I) Peer Networks: Evaluation of effectiveness and identification of best practice. £4,000 
  • 2019 Visiting Scholar in Doctoral and Supervisor Development. University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia. £8,500  
  • 2018 (Co-Investigator) Mental health and wellbeing of international doctoral students in the UK: An investigation of supervisors’ understanding and existing support provision UKCISA £9,774  
  • 2018 Senate Fellows' Fund (PI) A photo elicitation initiative supporting transiting to PhD £1000 
  • 2017 Senate Fellows' Fund (PI) Defining the boundaries of PGR-Peer Mentoring for researcher wellbeing£1000 
  • 2017 Advance HE  2 x Case Study Grants (PI): (1) Aren't they all Leaving Anyway? What's the value of mentoring for Early Career Researchers? (2) Can I speak to you in confidence? How can PGR tutoring play a role in creating cultures of good doctoral supervision. £1,630 
  • 2016 HEFCE Catalyst Fund: (Co-I) Raising Awareness, Raising Aspiration: A Targeted Personal Tutoring Support Programme for Narrowing Gaps in Student Achievement and Ambition (The University of Sheffield, King's College London and the University of Portsmouth) £500,000 
  • 2016 Advance HE Small Development Project (PI): Trust me! Academic leadership behaviours in creating ‘quality’ doctoral supervision relationships.£4,966 
  • 2014 Advance HE Small Development Project (PI): More than lucky? Exploring self-leadership in the development and articulation of research independence.£5,604 
  • 2013 Higher Education Innovation Fund (HEIF, University of Sheffield) (Co-I), Industrial Knowledge Forge programme, £21,500 
  • 2012 EPSRC Enterprise & Entrepreneurship Fund (University of Sheffield) (Co-I), Industrial Knowledge Forge researcher-industry career pathways programme, £76,873 
  • 2011 Research Councils UK Roberts' Fund for Researcher Development (University of Sheffield) (Co-I). Establishing ‘Think Ahead’ researcher development in the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry & Health. £94,739 

Teaching

My teaching is research education focused, and can be understood as having strategic impact on the enhancement of doctoral student learning and doctoral learning environments, and in parallel, on the enhancement of academic practice through the development of supervisors, research leadership, and through the career structures and policies which enable this development.

In 2018 I won a prestigious National Teaching Fellowship in recognition of my international reputation and strategic impact. I was also the first winner to gain this recognition in the field of Researcher Education.

In 2019 I was awarded Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. This recognises "those who can demonstrate sustained and effective strategic leadership of higher education practice, with extensive impact on high-quality learning, beyond their institution". 

 

Professional activities & recognition

Prizes, awards & distinctions

  • 2018: National Teaching Fellowship (AdvanceHE)
  • 2018: Paul Webbley Award for Research (UK Council for International Student Affairs)
  • 2019: Senate Award for Sustained Excellence and Leadership in Learning & Teaching (University of Sheffield)

Editorial boards

  • 2023: Higher Education Research and Development
  • 2022: Studies in Graduate and Postdoctoral Education
  • 2020: Teaching in Higher Education
  • 2020: Advancing Scholarship and Research in Higher Education

Professional & learned societies

  • 2022: Member, Association of Research Managers and Administrators
  • 2019: Principal Fellow, Higher Education Academy
  • 2016: Member, European Association for Research into Learning & Instruction (EARLI)
  • 2016: Member, Society for Research in Higher Education
  • 2014: Member, Association for Coaching